Growl News


The Miser – a play by Molière

Our first play for the 2012 season is The Miser. The Miser (L'Avare in the original French) is a 5-act comedy of manners written in 1668 by French playwright Molière. The play brilliantly blends satire and farce with a fast-moving plot that features many surprises. The story is based around a rich moneylender named Harpagon, ... Read More

Announcing our 2012 Season

Growl Theatre is proud to announce our 2012 Season - part 1! May 2012 The Miser - a play by Molière The Miser (L'Avare in the original French) is a 5-act comedy of manners written in 1668 by French playwright Moliere. The play brilliantly blends satire and farce with a fast-moving plot that features many surprises. September 2012 A ... Read More

A teaser for our 2012 Season

We are busy planning out 2012 season and are excited to announce Growl Theatre will be putting on two productions this year. Watch this space for more information. Dates for our first 2012 production are being finalised now, and we hope to be hitting the stage in May. We have already had a couple of read throughs and most of the roles ... Read More

Blithe Spirit – April 2011

Blithe Spirit Poster

Blithe Spirit Poster

Noel Coward wrote this timeless favourite in 1941 and his droll wit has been pleasing crowds ever since. Growl Theatre is happy to present this as our first play. ... Read More

Information about Auditions

Auditioning for GROWL is easy. If you are interested in auditioning, you should contact the person that is indicated with the audition announcement.  They will provide you with any necessary material. Auditions will usually involve a prepared reading of a section of script.  You may be required to read the section a number of times, ... Read More

Welcome to Growl Theatre

Growl Theatre began in 2011, so we're pretty darned new!  This is a group of people who are interested in getting together and putting on some plays, having some fun and providing some entertainment.  The aims of the group will be: To put on productions that are of the best quality possible; 'amateur' should not be a synonym for ... Read More